Nominees for the 2022 Screen Actors Guild Awards

Screen Actors Guild Awards
Screen Actors Guild Awards

Rosario Dawson and Vanessa Hudgens are in charge of announcing the nominations and nominees for the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the Screen Actors Guild Awards presented by the Screen Actors Guild of the United States, in which the guild recognises the greatest performances in cinema and television. We’ll meet the final winners and winners on February 27 in a ceremony that, for the time being, will be held face-to-face at the Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Airport, a location that, according to the organisation, will allow them to maintain sanitary standards imposed by the state of California due to its size.

At this point, it is unclear whether they will repeat the 2020 strategy of not having a presenter or a virtual presenter (2021 does not count because it was virtual), but what we do know is that the Life Achievement award, which recognises an entire career, was given to Helen Mirren this year for her work in theatre, film, and television over the course of more than fifty years.


Often, but not usually, the award for best cast is presented concurrently with the Oscar for Best Picture, and therefore these nominees provide an excellent indication of what to expect at this year’s film industry major honours. The union has little more than 124 thousand voting members, and the following are his personal likes and favourites this year:


SAG Awards 2022 Nominations

Best cast

– ‘Belfast’

– ‘CODA’

– ‘Don’t look up’

– ‘The Gucci House’

– ‘The Williams method’

Best Leading Actress

– Jessica Chastain for ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’

– Olivia Colman for ‘The Lost Daughter’

– Lady Gaga for ‘La Casa Gucci’

– Jennifer Hudson for ‘Respect’

– Nicole Kidman for ‘Being the Ricardos’

Best Leading Actor

– Javier Bardem for ‘Being the Ricardos’

– Benedict Cumberbatch for ‘The Power of the Dog’

– Andrew Garfield for ‘Tick, Tick … Boom!’

– Will Smith for ‘The Williams Method’

– Denzel Washington for ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’

Best Supporting Actress

– Caitriona Balfe for ‘Belfast’

– Cate Blanchett for ‘The Alley of Lost Souls’

– Ariana DeBose for ‘West Side Story’

– Kirsten Dunst for ‘The Power of the Dog’

– Ruth Negga for ‘Chiaroscuro’

Best Supporting Actor

– Ben Affleck for ‘The Tender Bar’

– Bradley Cooper for ‘Licorice Pizza’

– Troy Kotsur for ‘CODA’

– Jared Leto for ‘La Casa Gucci’

– Kodi Smit-McPhee for ‘The Power of the Dog’


Best Cast: Drama

– ‘Succession’

– ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

– ‘The Morning Show’

– ‘The Squid Game’

– ‘Yellowstone’

Best Actress: Drama

– Jennifer Aniston for ‘The Morning Show’

– Reese Witherspoon for ‘The Morning Show’

– Jung Ho-Yeon for ‘The Squid Game’

– Elisabeth Moss for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

– Sarah Snook for ‘Succession’

Best Actor: Drama

– Brian Cox for ‘Succession’

– Kieran Culkin for ‘Succession’

– Jeremy Strong for ‘Succession’

– Billy Crudup for ‘The Morning Show’

– Lee Jung-jae for ‘The Squid Game’

Best Cast: Comedy

– ‘The Great’

– ‘Hacks’

– ‘The Kominsky method’

– ‘Ted Lasso’

– ‘Only Murders In The Building’

Best Actress: Comedy

– Elle Fanning for ‘The Great’

– Sandra Oh for ‘The Director’

– Jean Smart for ‘Hacks’

– Juno Temple for ‘Ted Lasso’

– Hannah Waddingham for ‘Ted Lasso’

Best Actor: Comedy

– Michael Douglas for ‘The Kominsky Method’

– Brett Goldstein for ‘Ted Lasso’

– Jason Sudeikis for ‘Ted Lasso’

– Martin Short for ‘Only Murders In The Building’

– Steve Martin for ‘Only Murders In The Building’

Best Actress: TV Movie or Limited Series

– Jennifer Coolidge for ‘The White Lotus’

– Cynthia Erivo for ‘Genius: Aretha’

– Margaret Qualley for ‘The Maid’

– Jean Smart for ‘Mare of Easttown’

– Kate Winslet for ‘Mare of Easttown’

Best Actor: TV Movie or Limited Series

– Murray Bartlett for ‘The White Lotus’

– Oscar Isaac for ‘Secrets of a marriage’

– Michael Keaton for ‘Dopesick: Story of an Addiction’

– Ewan McGregor for ‘Halston’

– Evan Peters for ‘Mare of Easttown’


Best Cast: Movies

– ‘Black Widow’

– ‘Dune’

– ‘Matrix Resurrections’

– ‘No time to die’

– ‘Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings’

Best Cast: Television

– ‘Cobra Kai’

– ‘Falcon and the Winter Soldier’

– ‘Loki’

– ‘Mare of Easttown’

– ‘The Squid Game’

What do you think?

Written by Arun Sharma


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